by INLANDER STAFF & r & & r & UNTRACEABLE & r & & r & A psychopath is torturing people to death and broadcasting it on the Internet; Diane Lane plays the federal agent who's trying to stop him and who, inevitably, becomes his prey. Untraceable is apparently trying to turn our eyes away from the moral abyss of torture porn by ... showing us torture porn. (MB) Rated R


Meet the warriors of 300 who stood up to the Persian army. Find out if they can withstand Donald Trump, Britney Spears and all the other annoying celebrities of current popular culture or if they'll just kick them into the hole of death in this satirical comedy. Kevin Sorbo (Hercules) stars as Captain and Carmen Electra plays the Spartan queen. (TLM) Rated PG-13


This Sundance Film Festival favorite stars Tre Armstrong as a teenager named Michelle, who is forced to leave her private school after a tragedy and return to her crime-ridden neighborhood. There she struggles to rekindle relationships with childhood friends who feel abandoned that she left them for a better life. She discovers the world of step dancing and enters a competition as a last chance to gain the money she needs to enter medical school. (TLM) Rated PG-13


Christian human rights missionaries have been kidnapped, tortured and murdered by sadistic Burmese pirates! Rambo must assemble a band of mercenaries to attempt a rescue mission! Even though he's 61 years old, Sylvester Stallone can still kick your pathetic sniveling ass. (MB) Rated R


Daniel Day-Lewis plays Daniel Plainview, a struggling prospector who strikes oil in the early 20th century, becomes wealthy, then goes after more land, money and power. Paul Thomas Anderson's (Boogie Nights, Magnolia) newest film turns into a study of Plainview's relationships with his young son and with a fiery, unpredictable preacher (Paul Dano). Get the Oscar ready for Day-Lewis' bigger-than-life performance. (ES) Rated R

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